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The pro-democracy campaign has not lost support and that hardcore protesters will continue to clash with police.
Caught between the unpopular necessities of governance and the irrelevance of opposition, Ennahda stands little chance of winning him back.
Despite all the fears, voter turnout was quite respectable (the third-highest rate in the seven elections this century).
President Omar al-Bashir, accused of genocide in Darfur, remains in office as Sudan is rocked by the largest sustained protests in its history.
By TARA KAVALER/THE MEDIA LINE
A fifth of Israel’s citizens are being delegitimized by the majority and their wannabe political representatives.
By GERSHON BASKIN
A sense that “democracies don’t control” their own countries has contributed to the rise of antisemitism.
By JEREMY SHARON
Sanders, 77, announced his candidacy in a lengthy early morning email to supporters, pledging to build a vast grassroots movement.
Annual report shows many Middle East countries increasingly slipping into authoritarianism.
By VICTOR CABRERA/THE MEDIA LINE
Primaries are not perfect. The overall idea of making them more accessible to political hopefuls is a good one.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Peretz left Likud to join Kulanu, the party announced, along with a reminder that their slogan is that Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon cares about people.
By LAHAV HARKOV
This could come back to haunt her presidential campaign when she looks to Hillary loyalists for support in a crowded field that includes several strong women candidates.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
"Go back to Davos with the rest of the billionaire elite who think they know how to run the world," the heckler added, before being pulled aside by security.
The ability of hackers to attack has improved, and it is easier than ever for them to obtain their tools, which makes them even more dangerous.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
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